IEEE SENSORS 2017 Highlights
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IEEE SENSORS is the flagship conference of the IEEE Sensors Council, an organization currently consisting of 25 IEEE member societies.
IEEE SENSORS 2017 showcased high quality technical presentations on a broad range of multidisciplinary topics related to sensors and sensor applications.
IEEE SENSORS 2017 set a new attendance record of 932 attendees!
IEEE SENSORS 2017 attracted over 995 abstracts from 57 different countries.
There were attendees from over 40 different countries at IEEE SENSORS 2017.
IEEE SENSORS 2017 had a Public Engagement campaign through a 2 week poster campaign highlighting the advances of local scientific heroes and their connection to sensors.
IEEE SENSORS 2017 had a range of new Women in Sensors events including STEM for girls and Professional Networking for women engineers.
IEEE SENSORS 2017 had a range of satellite events including International Sensors and Measurement Student contest, CENSIS Technology Summit, Brain Data Bank Team Challenge, Sensing the Brain workshop.
LIVE DEMOS were again a very popular addition to the technical program - VIEW VIDEOS HERE
*IEEE SENSORS rotates globally on a 3 year cycle; Europe/Africa, Asia-Pacific, Americas. IEEE SENSORS 2018 will be held in New Delhi, India - Oct. 28-31, 2018. IEEE SENSORS 2019 will be held in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
IEEE SENSORS 2017 Award Recipients:
1st Place Student Lecture
Joseph Andrews, Jorge Cardenas, Jacob Mullett, Aaron Franklin
For the paper entitled: “Fully Printed and Flexible Carbon Nanotube Transistors Designed for Environmental Pressure Sensing and Aimed at Smart Tire Applications
2nd Place Student Lecture
Philip Kaupmann, Stefan Pinter, Jochen Franz, Reinhard Streiter, Thomas Otto
For the paper entitled: “Design of a 2D MEMS Micromirror with Indirect Static Actuation”
3rd Place Student Lecture
Hareem Khan, Ali Zavabeti, Jian Zhen Ou, Torben Daeneke, Yongxiang Li, Kourosh Kalantar-Zadeh
For the paper entitled: “Two Dimensional Tungsten Oxide Nanosheets with Unprecedented Selectivity and Sensitivity to No2”
1st Place Student Poster
Armande Capitaine, Gael Pillonnet, Thibaut Chailloux, Adrien Morel, Bruno Allard
For the paper entitled: “Impact of Switching of the Electrical Harvesting Interface on Microbial Fuel Cell Losses”
2nd Place Student Poster
Suryasnata Tripathy, Arun Naithani, Siva Rama Krishna Vanjari, Shiv Govind Singh
For the paper entitled: “Electrospun Polyaniline Nanofiber Based chemiresistive Biosensor for DNA Hybridization Detection"
3rd Place Student Poster
Janaka Basnayake, Ranjith Amarasinghe
For the paper entitled: “Development of Multi-Sensory Feedback System for Building Automation Systems”
Best Industry Paper Award
Maddalena Bertolla, Mario Scotoni, Mauro Caldara, Gianmarco Giacomelli, Michele Preghenella, Emanuele Pasqualini
For the paper entitled: “On-Line Sensing of the Interlacing Process”
Best Live Demo Award - 1st Place
Benedikt Schlecker, Anh Chu, Jonas Handwerker, Silvio Künstner, Maurits Ortmanns, Klaus Lips, Jens Anders
For the paper entitled: “A VCO-BASED POINT-OF-CARE ESR SPECTROMETER”
Best Live Demo Award - 2nd Place
Alda Xhafa, Pere Tuset-Peiro, Xavier Vilajosana
For the paper entitled: “WIRELESS PID CONTROL OF A THERMAL PROCESS USING AN ULTRA-LOW COST LWIR CAMERA”
Best Live Demo Award - 3rd Place
Robin Kerstens, Jan Steckel
For the paper entitled: “3D SONAR SENSING USING LOW-COST MEMS ARRAYS”=